Grosvenor Americas is bringing Super Duper, a fast-casual burger restaurant, to its 90,000 square foot Safeway-anchored Hamilton Marketplace in Novato, California.
Super Duper will occupy a 2,652 square feet and is expected to open at the end of the year.
“Super Duper is a great fit and a strong addition to this centre,” says Andrei Gog, asset manager with Grosvenor Americas. “With their commitment to organic, locally sourced foods and compostable packaging, their values align closely with ours, and we know customers will agree.”
“Hamilton Marketplace is an excellent location for Super Duper’s eighth restaurant,” says Super Duper founder Adriano Paganini. "Marin residents have been asking us to expand our presence in the region for some time, and we’re excited to partner with Grosvenor Americas and respond to their requests for Super Duper.”
Grosvenor Americas developed Hamilton Marketplace in 2007-08 to serve residents of affluent Marin County. Located just off I-101 with highway visibility, Hamilton Marketplace features a 55,000 SF Safeway supermarket along with locally based tenants Peet’s Coffee and Tea, Toast, and La Boulange.
The centre has a solar photovoltaic system that provides electricity for most of the parking lot lights, outdoor seating areas, and interior common spaces, as well as the decorative mosaic fountains. In addition, there are reflective “cool roofs” to reduce air conditioning loads, non-potable water pipes for use of “grey” water for irrigation, and bio-swales that provide on-site treatment for the entire centre’s storm water runoff.